Book Review of The Alphabet Grand Prix
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The Children’s Book Review
Written by Andy Cox
Illustrated by Richard Kinsey
Ages 0-5 | 28 Pages
Publisher: Wet Duck Publishing | ISBN-13: 9788985633900
What to Expect: Alphabet, Reading, Cars, Racing
There’s nothing more fun than competing in the Alphabet Grand Prix! But which letter will cross the finish line first? Will it be A in his Audi, K in her Kia, or V in his Volvo? How about G in his gas roadster or M in a Maserati? There are blue Sportster, gray Hondas, green Fiats, and brown Lincolns to see, and all going as fast as their drivers can race them! Each letter drives a colorful, characterful racing car while monkeys, elephants, alligators, rats, and other alphabetized animals cheer them on. Let the race begin!
Writing and letters are abstract concepts that can be tricky for beginner readers to memorize and learn—this is one reason that many young readers start their literary careers with alphabet books designed to help them associate familiar objects with specific written letters and sounds. The Alphabet Grand Prix achieves this through clever anthropomorphizing of the letters into characters bursting with personality and rhyming text that links familiar animals and cars with the sounds and letters. Bright and dynamic pencil illustrations help to bring each letter to life.
Overall, The Alphabet Grand Prix is a fun take on a classic alphabet book, sure to help car enthusiasts remember their letters.
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About the Author
Andy Cox recognized the importance of letters at a young age. Andy’s professional experience has led him to employment in offices, on the beach, on boats, and at a hot dog stand, but he still finds work most rewarding when putting letters together to create engaging stories. Andy lives in Long Beach, California with his wife and young son, all of whom enjoy reading, embarking upon adventures, swimming, and building forts. He hopes this book will young readers to further pursue letters and words on their own and eventually discover the delights of reading for themselves.
For more information, visit https://wetduckpublishing.com/.
About the Illustrator
A native of Los Angeles with a BA in Philosophy, who has lived and performed all over the world, Richard is probably best known for his award-winning performance of Javert in Les Miserables on Broadway, as well as numerous other stage productions, and film work. Richard is also a published illustrator, having illustrated six books, five of which are for children. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries, utilized in fund raisers, and are in collections both domestic and international. Richard’s greatest inspiration is his wife Susan & daughter Zoe.
For more information, visit www.richardkinsey.com.
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